Pocket Watch Database
American Watch Case Co. of Toronto, Ltd.
Initial Marking: A.W.C.Co.
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Years of Operation: 1885-1893
Organized in March 1885.
On December 15, 1892, the factory of the American Watch Case Company was destroyed by fire after a can of naptha exploded. The factory machinery and approximately 400 gold and gold-filled cases were completely destroyed at an estimated loss of $25,000.
A new factory was build at 511-513 King St., and the company moved the operation in August 1893.
Note: This chart is not intended to be a comprehensive list of grades. Some grades changed traits over time and other grades may not be listed. This chart will be improved as additional information is studied.
|Image||Name||Case Material||Gold Content||Gurantee||Source Catalogs||Trademarked|
|AWCCo Coin||Coin Silver|
|B.W. Raymond Label||Gold-Filled|